Chaikin Oscillator

Chaikin Oscillator

In technical analysis, a measure of market movements created by subtracting a 10-day exponential moving average (EMA) from a 3-day exponential moving average of the accumulation/distribution line, which is a measure of whether investors are generally buying or selling. Exponential moving averages are weighted to emphasize more recent market movements; the Chaikin oscillator does this while also accounting for older trends, such as the 10-day EMA.
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The model was created by Marc Chaikin, a recognized expert in developing computerized stock selection models for professional money managers and individual investors, best known for two widely used indicators, the Chaikin Oscillator and Chaikin Persistency of Money Flow.
His research into supply and demand for stocks led to the creation of the widely used Chaikin Oscillator and Chaikin Persistency of Money Flow, the basis of Investor Business Daily's Accumulation/Distribution Rating.
The OBV is right below the line chart and the Chaikin Oscillator is at the bottom.
Chaikin Oscillator (a moving average oscillator based on the